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Salt-N-Pepa Star Laments Risqué Shows

August 6th, 2010 1:00pm EDT

Salt N Pepa Salt-N-Pepa star Cheryl Wray regrets her risqué antics at the height of her fame - because she's now a born-again Christian mom.



The hip-hop star, who was Cheryl James when the trio was at the top of the charts, admits she often went too far onstage when young fans were in the audience watching her every move.



She explains, "When you are young, in a group and you have management and a record company behind you, you can get pushed into things you wouldn't do otherwise.”



 "As a woman, as a mom, one thing I'd never have sung was the line, 'If I want to be a freak and sell it on the weekend/It's none of your business.' That's not a message I want to put out there."

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